A lot of rumors are swirling with the disappearance of Hamlin Grocery Store owner Vaughn Flewelling. Only several people in law enforcement know exactly where he actually is. He was found “somewhere out west” on Thursday, last week. Not unexpected, was yesterday’s announcement that the popular convenience store on Jebavy Road is closed permanently. It was posted on Facebook. Several area news agencies have snooped into tax records and found that state sales tax and property tax has been left unpaid. They say it’s moving toward six figures. Also, it’s rumored that the keys to the store were handed over to a local bank, to let them straighten out the mess. This is not the first time that Hamlin Grocery has suffered financial problems. Several years ago, monies collected for hunting licenses were not turned over to the State of Michigan. That time, a bookkeeper was convicted of retaining federal tax deposits for Hamlin Grocery and other business without transmitting the funds to the IRS. Informed sources tell MOM news that a lot more is to come on this story.